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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by BossJamal: 10:35am On Mar 14
Omihanifa:
It's not about building airport, it's about how viable the airport is.

Delta state spent close to 70 billion to build an airport. At the end of the day it was concessioned away for less than 5billion naira in a 30 year deal angry

those ones na money miss road. they didnt know what to use their excess revenue to do...they would have used it 2 build world class hospitals or schools or pump it into d poor economy of delta state to alleviate the dying and poverty stricken citizens of Delta state.

At least their cousins in Anambra state have put good use of their small money 2 help their brothers who are traders in Onitsha visiting China,Japan and co 4 business.

some states in Nig just have money and lack what to do with it..example Delta state. Reason why i support FG using the money recovered from thief ibori to do projects across d country

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by SQLmastar(m): 10:36am On Mar 14
Of what use?
Will Obaino also make the Umuleri road free from banditry? Why not expand the Delta Airport to accommodate cargo instead of spending billions on this project. Fund that could be channeled to uses such as alleviating poverty level of the common man.
How about building a more robust IT presence in Awka, Onitsha?
How about setting up manufacturing companies?

With every billion spent on this project, at least 10% goes into Obaino pockets. Imagine that!

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by onoms4luv(m): 10:36am On Mar 14
Okowa e nor go better for you o.

ordinary small airport when delta get you sell one, render one useless. God nor go forgive you Sha.

oya

Igbo Kwe nu!

Igbo Kwe nu!!

Igbo kwe nu!!!

Kwe nu! menu! venue!!! revenue oooo


abeg I nor dey fine abeg

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by BossJamal: 10:37am On Mar 14
Triangles1:
Showing off is not a good thing, work hard in silence and let the success make the noise.

that's one thing about this pple from there

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by godlessmind: 10:41am On Mar 14
BossJamal:
hmm.i thought some pple say SE no get land? so where them come get this large expanse of land 2 build airport
it's laughable when I hear such ignorant statement from people who have not travelled out from their state of origin. btw, Imo State is bigger than lagos state by land mass.

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by Ijeleigbo(m): 10:41am On Mar 14
Focusmind:


It is not been commercial. Anybody living in Onitsha will gladly fly to Asaba than using that Umuleri Airport with potential armed robbery menace on the airport road.


You are just saying rubbish! What do you mean potential armed robbery menace? If you don't have anything intelligent to say just shut up your mouth and stop showing off your foolishness in a public forum!!!

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by Imustreturn(m): 10:42am On Mar 14
Kriss216:


Same way IMO airport is 100% funded by Imolites.



Igbos are awesome.




Umuekwensu will have a worrisome day cos of this grin




God bless Ndigbo!
umu ajonmuo grin

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by triple996(m): 10:45am On Mar 14
built with oil money
Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by MrSamsung(m): 10:46am On Mar 14
AsomughaChuks05:
It is steadily taking shape. The Chief Willie Obiano International Airport Umueri. Onitsha traders direct flight to Guangzhou is here cool

Abi o, direct flight to Guangzhou and Seoul cool

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by Chazzyboy: 10:46am On Mar 14
Abia state chai

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by pfadom: 10:47am On Mar 14
Anambra1stSon:
Latest update of Anambra cargo and pessengers airport .

1, Tollest Control Tower in Nigeria almost completed


Tollest or Tallest?
Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by godlessmind: 10:47am On Mar 14
Bampeh:
Good news. Nice to hear state government funding such project without seeking the assistance of the federal government.















Bampeh is happy

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by BossJamal: 10:47am On Mar 14
SQLmastar:
Of what use?
Will Obaino also make the Umuleri road free from banditry? Why not expand the Delta Airport to accommodate cargo instead of spending billions on this project. Fund that could be channeled to uses such as alleviating poverty level of the common man.
How about building a more robust IT presence in Awka, Onitsha?
How about setting up manufacturing companies?

With every billion spent on this project, at least 10% goes into Obaino pockets. Imagine that!

wetin concern Anambra state with Delta state?

Anambra pple say dem no want una Airport again den want their own. Lmao

Every state now na OYO...develop ur state and watch it grow.

I am not igbo nor from the SE i support them having their airport 100%.

with all una delta oil money u pple cant expand ur airport. you're waiting 4 una cousins to come add money to expand am 4 una. see pple wey like better thing o..shuo!

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by MysteryShopper: 10:47am On Mar 14
See this one crying his heart out due to envy and frustration cheesy

Anambra international airport has come to stay and it will be Nigeria's busiest airport outside Abuja and Lagos. You are not even from Anambra but in your bitter mind you thought you are the one to advise on the location of the airport. Out of envy and frustration of how this international airport shall further transform Anambra, you are now spewing "for and against", just one person. I pity you cheesy

Does those states that have airports have better roads than Anambra? NO. Infact when it comes to road networks Anambra is among the top 5 in Nigeria.

Onitsha you talked about is a modern city with with decent road networks. Onitsha is equally the economic capital of Nigeria aside Lagos.

As for security, Anambra is top among the safest states in Nigeria.

So continue crying, we understand your pains cheesy



Focusmind:

It is not about been a commercial city. It is still about the mentality of the people. An average Onitsha/ Anambra man is very price sensitive, especially the traders. They will rather use GUO at 15k than Arik air at 45k to fly from Lagos to Onitsha and return.Anybody living in Onitsha will gladly fly to Asaba than using that Umuleri Airport with potential armed robbery menace on the airport road.The siting of that airport in that area is a big minus. I come to Onitsha regularly and usually land in Asaba before moving to Onitsha. Why would I want to use an airport situated miles from Onitsha?Considering the way people in that area behaves, I fear the security situation along that airport road. Airport road is usually targeted by robbers to rob people going or coming from the airports. am not hating o but if you ask me, the money should have been used to fix all the bad roads in Onitsha and Nnewi and give the cities a facelift in terms of beauty and livibiliOnitsha is still far from what a modern city should be and Nnewi is even worse, with dusty roads and decrepit drainage systems.[code][/code]

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by godlessmind: 10:48am On Mar 14
sunshineV:
happy mothers day to all the useful nigerian girls
what's the colour of your madness?��

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by godlessmind: 10:48am On Mar 14
Triangles1:
Showing off is not a good thing, work hard in silence and let the success make the noise.
Ode

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by wwwihy: 10:49am On Mar 14
Good job

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by BossJamal: 10:51am On Mar 14
SQLmastar:
Of what use?
Will Obaino also make the Umuleri road free from banditry? Why not expand the Delta Airport to accommodate cargo instead of spending billions on this project. Fund that could be channeled to uses such as alleviating poverty level of the common man.
How about building a more robust IT presence in Awka, Onitsha?
How about setting up manufacturing companies?

With every billion spent on this project, at least 10% goes into Obaino pockets. Imagine that!

this ur rant na just pure bad belle.

At least i don bash Anambra pple enough but when we see good things let's applaud it. This state is a non oil producing state and one of d socially backward..but see what they are churning out with their potopoto republic. SE Anambra is doing well

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by selemempe: 10:52am On Mar 14
seborrhic:

Very disgraceful addendum.
Why not leave it at "three floors".
Adding 'with lift',now makes it sound as if installing a lift in a multistorey building is now an achievement on it's own.
children of 8 from heebadan will find this post appealing undecided

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by MysteryShopper: 10:58am On Mar 14
Envious advisers are now creeping out. cheesy

See this one is even saying that Obiano should have used Anambra money to expand Delta airport. There's nothing frustration and envy cannot cause .hahahaha cheesy

Does your state have more manufacturing companies than Anambra? No. So tell us another jargon cheesy

Anambra is equally among the states with the lowest poverty rate in Nigeria. Do you have another envious lie to tell us ? cheesy


SQLmastar:
Of what use?
Will Obaino also make the Umuleri road free from banditry? Why not expand the Delta Airport to accommodate cargo instead of spending billions on this project. Fund that could be channeled to uses such as alleviating poverty level of the common man.
How about building a more robust IT presence in Awka, Onitsha?
How about setting up manufacturing companies?

With every billion spent on this project, at least 10% goes into Obaino pockets. Imagine that!

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by sunshineV(f): 11:00am On Mar 14
godlessmind:
what's the colour of your madness?��
acrylic steel

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by redcliff: 11:04am On Mar 14
Focusmind:


It is not about been a commercial city. It is still about the mentality of the people. An average Onitsha/ Anambra man is very price sensitive, especially the traders. They will rather use GUO at 15k than Arik air at 45k to fly from Lagos to Onitsha and return.

Anybody living in Onitsha will gladly fly to Asaba than using that Umuleri Airport with potential armed robbery menace on the airport road.

The siting of that airport in that area is a big minus. I come to Onitsha regularly and usually land in Asaba before moving to Onitsha. Why would I want to use an airport situated miles from Onitsha?

Considering the way people in that area behaves, I fear the security situation along that airport road. Airport road is usually targeted by robbers to rob people going or coming from the airports.

I am not hating o but if you ask me, the money should have been used to fix all the bad roads in Onitsha and Nnewi and give the cities a facelift in terms of beauty and livibility.

Onitsha is still far from what a modern city should be and Nnewi is even worse, with dusty roads and decrepit drainage systems.[code][/code]


when e reach your turn, do am as you please.. yeye..

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by balladin: 11:05am On Mar 14
Ijeleigbo:


You are just saying rubbish! What do you mean potential armed robbery menace? If you don't have anything intelligent to say just shut up your mouth and stop showing off your foolishness in a public forum!!!
You've said nothing bro. Counter his position with sound opinion as against just opposing vaguely.
Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by Odingo1: 11:15am On Mar 14
Focusmind:


It is not about been a commercial city. It is still about the mentality of the people. An average Onitsha/ Anambra man is very price sensitive, especially the traders. They will rather use GUO at 15k than Arik air at 45k to fly from Lagos to Onitsha and return.

Anybody living in Onitsha will gladly fly to Asaba than using that Umuleri Airport with potential armed robbery menace on the airport road.

The siting of that airport in that area is a big minus. I come to Onitsha regularly and usually land in Asaba before moving to Onitsha. Why would I want to use an airport situated miles from Onitsha?

Considering the way people in that area behaves, I fear the security situation along that airport road. Airport road is usually targeted by robbers to rob people going or coming from the airports.

I am not hating o but if you ask me, the money should have been used to fix all the bad roads in Onitsha and Nnewi and give the cities a facelift in terms of beauty and livibility.

Onitsha is still far from what a modern city should be and Nnewi is even worse, with dusty roads and decrepit drainage systems.


The site is good for Airport. Security can be provided along the airport road. Airport is not supposed to be so close to a city center.

For using Asaba or Anambra airport depend on traffic. The one with more traffic will attract more passengers. Everyone flying to Anambra is not heading to Onitsha. Many are heading to villages, the airport will provide employment, taxi hubs,hotels, shopping centers etc.

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by slimthugchimee2(m): 11:15am On Mar 14
Focusmind:


It is not about been a commercial city. It is still about the mentality of the people. An average Onitsha/ Anambra man is very price sensitive, especially the traders. They will rather use GUO at 15k than Arik air at 45k to fly from Lagos to Onitsha and return.

Anybody living in Onitsha will gladly fly to Asaba than using that Umuleri Airport with potential armed robbery menace on the airport road.

The siting of that airport in that area is a big minus. I come to Onitsha regularly and usually land in Asaba before moving to Onitsha. Why would I want to use an airport situated miles from Onitsha?

Considering the way people in that area behaves, I fear the security situation along that airport road. Airport road is usually targeted by robbers to rob people going or coming from the airports.

I am not hating o but if you ask me, the money should have been used to fix all the bad roads in Onitsha and Nnewi and give the cities a facelift in terms of beauty and livibility.

Onitsha is still far from what a modern city should be and Nnewi is even worse, with dusty roads and decrepit drainage systems.[code][/code]



Open mouth waaa dey talk nonsense

What part of cargo airport don't you get

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by Juliusmalema: 11:17am On Mar 14
Focusmind:


It is not about been a commercial city. It is still about the mentality of the people. An average Onitsha/ Anambra man is very price sensitive, especially the traders. They will rather use GUO at 15k than Arik air at 45k to fly from Lagos to Onitsha and return.

Anybody living in Onitsha will gladly fly to Asaba than using that Umuleri Airport with potential armed robbery menace on the airport road.

The siting of that airport in that area is a big minus. I come to Onitsha regularly and usually land in Asaba before moving to Onitsha. Why would I want to use an airport situated miles from Onitsha?

Considering the way people in that area behaves, I fear the security situation along that airport road. Airport road is usually targeted by robbers to rob people going or coming from the airports.

I am not hating o but if you ask me, the money should have been used to fix all the bad roads in Onitsha and Nnewi and give the cities a facelift in terms of beauty and livibility.

Onitsha is still far from what a modern city should be and Nnewi is even worse, with dusty roads and decrepit drainage systems.
[code][/code]



Guess you are the armed robber. Soon the long arm of the law will catch up u and send u back to your decrepit state.

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by SocialJustice: 11:19am On Mar 14
Anambra1stSon:

Anambra is not Delta, Anambra is commercial and industrial state with bigger population than Delta, Anambra is building Cargo and passenger airport, Asaba airport is just passenger airport
Only time will tell.
Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by MissJoy29(f): 11:19am On Mar 14
pfadom:


Tollest or Tallest?
It's "spell as pronounced" grin
Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by MissJoy29(f): 11:22am On Mar 14
godlessmind:

Btw, Imo State is bigger than lagos state by land mass.
Actually, ALL the states in Nigeria are bigger than Lagos by land mass.

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by preciousmetals: 11:24am On Mar 14
Enemy of progress, this post is not made for you, tell me one state in your region that has better road network than Anambra State, I will advise you to face your region and leave Anambra State alone before envy will destroy you
Focusmind:


It is not about been a commercial city. It is still about the mentality of the people. An average Onitsha/ Anambra man is very price sensitive, especially the traders. They will rather use GUO at 15k than Arik air at 45k to fly from Lagos to Onitsha and return.

Anybody living in Onitsha will gladly fly to Asaba than using that Umuleri Airport with potential armed robbery menace on the airport road.

The siting of that airport in that area is a big minus. I come to Onitsha regularly and usually land in Asaba before moving to Onitsha. Why would I want to use an airport situated miles from Onitsha?

Considering the way people in that area behaves, I fear the security situation along that airport road. Airport road is usually targeted by robbers to rob people going or coming from the airports.

I am not hating o but if you ask me, the money should have been used to fix all the bad roads in Onitsha and Nnewi and give the cities a facelift in terms of beauty and livibility.

Onitsha is still far from what a modern city should be and Nnewi is even worse, with dusty roads and decrepit drainage systems.[code][/code]

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Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by PraiseGodNoTime: 11:26am On Mar 14
Kriss216:

Same way IMO airport is 100% funded by Imolites.


Igbos are awesome.



Umuekwensu will have a worrisome day cos of this grin



God bless Ndigbo!
Adiro amaka Nwanne!
Re: Anambra International Cargo And Passenger Airport Umueri Update (Photos ) by Saltybear: 11:26am On Mar 14
Focusmind:


It is not about been a commercial city. It is still about the mentality of the people. An average Onitsha/ Anambra man is very price sensitive, especially the traders. They will rather use GUO at 15k than Arik air at 45k to fly from Lagos to Onitsha and return.

Anybody living in Onitsha will gladly fly to Asaba than using that Umuleri Airport with potential armed robbery menace on the airport road.

The siting of that airport in that area is a big minus. I come to Onitsha regularly and usually land in Asaba before moving to Onitsha. Why would I want to use an airport situated miles from Onitsha?

Considering the way people in that area behaves, I fear the security situation along that airport road. Airport road is usually targeted by robbers to rob people going or coming from the airports.

I am not hating o but if you ask me, the money should have been used to fix all the bad roads in Onitsha and Nnewi and give the cities a facelift in terms of beauty and livibility.

Onitsha is still far from what a modern city should be and Nnewi is even worse, with dusty roads and decrepit drainage systems.[code][/code]



Look at the frustrated envious tribalistic saddist grin

I visit the southwest regularly..
I am not hating o just saying the entire south west is a shit hole only lagos which is anything to write home about after all Ogun state ekiti Ondo and Oyo are now fulani states grin

With thousands fleeing to benin republic as refugees

Seriously these states are nothing to write home about just rural waste lands not fit to be called mega cites the governor and cowardly indigenes should use money to fix all the bad roads and handle proper waste disposal in these filthy states

These states are far from what a habitable state should be they need a face lift

Not hating o just stating facts

grin

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